Hey everyone, I was wondering, during the hot summer months I imagine the area of a car's finish that takes the most abuse as far as heat and UV damage is the car's hood.
The reason I think this is because unlike other areas of the car like the sides, the trunk, the rear bumper or even the roof is the hood is not only getting heat from the sun on hot days it is also getting heat from below by the car's hot engine.
So because of that, is it normally best or at the very least ok to apply a thicker coat of wax to the hood or if applying thin coats, apply an extra coat just to the hood? Or is it best to give the entire car the same coats of wax?
Just wondering, from what I can envision a thicker coat (or a two thin coats or even three coats to the hood if you prefer to give your entire car two coats of wax) would indeed give that sensitive area more protection.
But either way, let me know your takes on it. I"ll be taking notes. Thanks guys!